Jamie Dimon : Best Quotes, Captions

Jamie Dimon : Best Quotes, Captions

Quotes From James Dimon | Chief Executive Officer Of Operations & Member Of  The Group Management Board – The Legacy Project

  • “Economies of scale are a good thing. If we didn’t have them, we’d still be living in tents and eating buffalo.”
  • “My daughter bought some bit coin, it went up and she thinks she’s a genius now”.
  • “I had asked the question, I got the wrong answer. How liquid were the positions? How many days can you get out? I was told ten. It was like, hundreds. I said “Oh shit, we have a problem.”
  • ”You can compromise without violating your principles, but it is nearly impossible to compromise when you turn principles into ideology.”
  • “Normality is a good thing, not a bad thing”
  • “The bigger you are, the more the government is going to get inside what you do and impose rules and standards. Sometimes for good, sometimes not for good.”
  • “You can learn more from speaking to people in 15 minutes than if you spend your life doing something”

  • “The best way to look at any business is from the standpoint of the clients”.
  • “If you want to be a winner, then compare yourself to the  best and acknowledge that it will never happen without hard work.”
  • “We’re going to do the right thing for the company and our customers, all things considered.”
  • “Most decisions are not binary, and there are usually better answers waiting to be found if you do the analysis and involve the right people”.
  • “It’s great that people get together and collaborate, talk about the facts and the analysis, all in the interest of having a great financial system.”
  • My retirement date, every time you ask me that, I’m going to say five years. I don’t want to retire.
  • Economies of scale are a good thing. If we didn’t have them, we’d still be living in tents and eating buffalo.
  • It’s great that people get together and collaborate, talk about the facts and the analysis, all in the interest of having a great financial system.

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